Many Tesco Clubcard Days Out Boosts now 5x value
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Many Tesco Clubcard Days Out Boosts now 5x value

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Found 12th May 2014
Tesco have now increased the value of Clubcard points when used to Boost for a 'Days Out' deal.

£2 now equals £10 for many venues.

Order your tokens by 23rd June 2014.
This offer is subject to availability and only available while stocks last.

General T&Cs for 'Days out' Boosts: tesco.com/CLU…PDF

114 Comments

So does that mean £10 would be deducted from the entrance fee to these places?

Original Poster

1509mtb

So does that mean £10 would be deducted from the entrance fee to these … So does that mean £10 would be deducted from the entrance fee to these places?



Yes.

If the fee is less than £10, then I'd imagine that no change would be given.

Oh noooo! Now, when hukder's post deals involving bonus clubcard points, they will make even more bogus statements!

Normally you buy a ticket for x amount of clubcard money, so a ticket for £12 should cost only £2 worth of clubcard vouchers. If you log into your cc account, there's info about what you can get and for how much

great stuff - do they do Alton Tower
Edited by: "iamgujju" 12th May 2014

Original Poster

chemeng

Oh noooo! Now, when hukder's post deals involving bonus clubcard points, … Oh noooo! Now, when hukder's post deals involving bonus clubcard points, they will make even more bogus statements!



Meaning?

always the way spent £45 on there at weekend ordering vouchers could have had a few more

Thanks! I've only got £4 left in my account but will change them up for general days out vouchers. They're valid for 6 months and can be used at loads of places so will keep them for the summer holidays

Fantastic, just saved a few vouchers I had already earmarked to spend :-)
Any change will be added to your current statement so you won't lose it :-)

Have just changed £14 for £70 worth of tickets - that should help with our Sun holiday on the Isle of Wight!

xkymx

always the way spent £45 on there at weekend ordering vouchers could have … always the way spent £45 on there at weekend ordering vouchers could have had a few more



Give them a call, they may be able to help. Though I think that if they have been printed, you have to wait for delivery and then post back. If you call today though, they may not have been printed yet.

So can I use them for legoland? I have £40 and have no idea what to do with them or how to use them.

moose109

Give them a call, they may be able to help. Though I think that if they … Give them a call, they may be able to help. Though I think that if they have been printed, you have to wait for delivery and then post back. If you call today though, they may not have been printed yet.


thanks will have look for number and do that was vouchers for summer hol to blackpool thought i'd be organised lol x

bluetba

So can I use them for legoland? I have £40 and have no idea what to do … So can I use them for legoland? I have £40 and have no idea what to do with them or how to use them.



Yes, it says each ticket needs £12.50 worth of Clubcard vouchers on their website.

xkymx

thanks will have look for number and do that was vouchers for summer … thanks will have look for number and do that was vouchers for summer hol to blackpool thought i'd be organised lol x



0808 100 0707 free from BT landlines

Very good - thanks for sharing.

@bluetba

You need to sign up to tesco club card website then you can exchange your vouchers there.

xkymx

thanks will have look for number and do that was vouchers for summer … thanks will have look for number and do that was vouchers for summer hol to blackpool thought i'd be organised lol x



moose109

0808 100 0707 free from BT landlines



Or 0330 123 0707 if you're calling from a mobile that doesn't provide free calls to 080 numbers. You can also use this from landline of course.

For the guyz getting confused Tesco ClubCard offer TWO type of deals to visit places for your Days Out...

1) where you buy an actual admission ticket for a specific venue (adult/child/family) in return for £x of clubcard vouchers - and there are some special offers on those (eg Eden Project: usually £8 gets you an adult ticket for there, currently offer is just £6)
and
2) where you get a £10 "Days Out Clubcard Token" (ie a paper voucher) to use to pay for admission at the gate at whichever of the 200+ participating venues around the country you decide to use it at (ie are NOT venue/ticket specific, just a money substitute).

It's the latter DAYS OUT Clubcard Tokens that have gone from 4x value to 5x value - ie each £10 token USED to cost £2.50 from your clubcard voucher, offer = only £2.00 of vouchers spent to get £10 value in Tokens to use any of the 200+ venues .

When using Days Out Clubcard Tokens you DONT get any change (so often poor value if going by oneself); you can't always use them towards ALL classes of admission; venues fall in and out of the scheme over time (eg National Media Museum used to be, but hasn't been for 18 months now); and are usually only valid for 6 clear calendar months - ie use them or lose them! (once upon a time rules allowed you to return unused for recredit back to clubcard, but not for few years now); and once upon a time they did them in £5 units to make redemption even more flexible (how times change lol).









Edited by: "mk-donald" 13th May 2014

knack

Or 0330 123 0707 if you're calling from a mobile that doesn't provide … Or 0330 123 0707 if you're calling from a mobile that doesn't provide free calls to 080 numbers. You can also use this from landline of course.



This is true, but doesn't everyone use WeQ4U for that? If not, they should be!

mk-donald

For the guyz getting confused Tesco ClubCard offer TWO type of deals to … For the guyz getting confused Tesco ClubCard offer TWO type of deals to visit places1) where you buy an actual admission ticket for a specific venue (adult/child/family) in return for £x of vouchersand 2) where you get a £10 'Days Out' voucher to use to pay for admission at the gate at whichever of the 200+ participating venues around the country you decide to use it at (ie are NOT venue/ticket specific, just a money substitute).It's the latter DAYS OUT vouchers that have gone from 4x value to 5x value - ie each £10 voucher USED to cost £2.50 deals, offer = £2.00 deals.When using Days Out vouchers you DONT get any change (so often poor value if going by oneself); you can't always use them towards ALL classes of admission; venues fall in and out of the scheme over time (eg National Media Museum used to be, but hasn't been for 18 months now); and are usually only valid for 6 clear calendar months - ie use them or lose them! (once upon a time rules allowed you to return unused for recredit back to clubcard, but not for few years now); and once upon a time they did £5 vouchers to make redemption even more flexible (how times change lol).



Just looked on Google to see where Days Out vouchers can be spent but I can't find a website. Does anyone have a link?

Thanks in advance

Does anyone know when the next lot of Clubcard vouchers are due to be sent out ? Thanks

happyapple123

Does anyone know when the next lot of Clubcard vouchers are due to be … Does anyone know when the next lot of Clubcard vouchers are due to be sent out ? Thanks



Yeah i want to know that too - trying to get 4 wristbands for Blackpool - Although I think it's a disgrace it costs the same for 3 toddlers to go to Nicleodean Land as it does for 3 adults to spend all day on the white knuckle rides

Hi....must be due out soon as they've disappeared from my till receipt today when I did my shop.

Just looked on Google to see where Days Out vouchers can be spent but I … Just looked on Google to see where Days Out vouchers can be spent but I can't find a website. Does anyone have a link?Thanks in advance



Try this PDF file

kell.b

Just looked on Google to see where Days Out vouchers can be spent but I … Just looked on Google to see where Days Out vouchers can be spent but I can't find a website. Does anyone have a link?Thanks in advance



If you follow the OP's link it takes you to the relevant area of the site where you can do live searches for area/county or venue type which shows both specific ticket venue offers & the general 'Days Out' accepting venues..

They also provide a PDF listing out the Days Out venues & any limitations on general acceptance of the £10 vouchers:
tesco.com/CLU…PDF


happyapple123

Does anyone know when the next lot of Clubcard vouchers are due to be … Does anyone know when the next lot of Clubcard vouchers are due to be sent out ? Thanks

happyapple123

Does anyone know when the next lot of Clubcard vouchers are due to be … Does anyone know when the next lot of Clubcard vouchers are due to be sent out ? Thanks



I got mine in the post today

athunder

they were added on account today so anytime just now (agree with you … they were added on account today so anytime just now (agree with you about wristbands hardly anything for toddlers we are giving it a miss this year for that reason) x I got mine in the post today

Thank you! Hopefully I'll receive mine soon then

Any ideas how I can get clubcard points if I don't really shop at Tescos? Can you buy vouchers off other people (like on eBay for example)?

I've just phoned them because we placed an order for a deals voucher last night, they've sorted it by refunding the original order & placed me a whole new order thanks tesco !!!!

Great thanks got spent £16 getting £80. Brill for when school hols come.X)

Can this be used for a merlin annual pass?

kim2win82

Can this be used for a merlin annual pass?

- still takes £50 of points :0(

Best thing to do for Clubcard vouchers is play bingo/casino on topcashback. Look for the ones where the cashback is better than the deposit.

If you win, whip it out after wagering the appropriate amount. Bet as big as you can up to the wagering amount.

Then withdraw the cashback as clubcard points. Up to £50 per year but if you have more than 1 CC number on the same account, use another TCB account and send another £50.

That can be up to £500 of these deals per year without stepping foot in Tesco.

moose109

This is true, but doesn't everyone use WeQ4U for that? If not, they … This is true, but doesn't everyone use WeQ4U for that? If not, they should be!



I usually use saynoto0870, same principle. For Tesco though there is now no need as they have switched to freephone or 03 numbers.

thanks OP

These used to be really good and simple to use but now that most places are specific tickets it's a right pain to use. Hard to find places that are just a generic 'days out' ticket.

mantisinc

Any ideas how I can get clubcard points if I don't really shop at Tescos? … Any ideas how I can get clubcard points if I don't really shop at Tescos? Can you buy vouchers off other people (like on eBay for example)?



Get a tesco credit card. That's how I get mine

nice one.
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